Match Outcome Statistics
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* 3-way betting is when you bet on the match result as one of home win (1), draw (X) or away win (2)

* Halftime/ Fulltime betting is when you bet on the outcome combination of both periods

* Ex: 1/2 means in the end of the first half Nottingham Forest will be leading but the match will end Arsenal winning

* Double chance betting is similar to 3-way betting but in this case the bet covers either one of two possible outcomes

* Ex: 1/2 means in the end of the first half Nottingham Forest will be leading but the match will end Arsenal winning

  •   Nottingham Forest
  •   Arsenal

Goal Scoring Statistics

* Over/Under bets are the ones when you bet on the number of goals exceeding or not exceeding a certain limit.

* Ex: Over 2.5 means the total number of goals will be over 2.5 such as; 2-1, 2-2, 3-2

* Correct score betting is when you bet on the exact score outcome of the match.

* These statistics show how many times a team scored a certain amount of goals

TIP: Try using our 'Order by probability' feature from the top right of the page

* There are different betting markets when goaltimes statistics can be used, such as Nottingham Forest will score in the first half.

TIP: Usually goal time bets are done during live matches.

* Clean sheet / Failed to score statistics can be used to bet on either one of the team keeping a clean sheet in a match.

* Keeping a clean sheet means that the team will not concede a goal.

  •   Nottingham Forest
  •   Arsenal

User Predictions

Comments (5)

 
  • To be fair to Wenger, Arsenal have not previously lost a third round FA Cup tie whilst he's been manager. On the other hand, the last time Arsenal let in 4 goals or more to a team from a lower division in the FA Cup it was 1908.

  • I don't know how arsenal fans survive now a days , their title was 4th spot and winning the FA cup, even these are not achievable, lol

  • Ospina, Debuchy, Mertesacker, Holding, Nelson, Willock, Elneny, Maitland-Niles, Walcott, Iwobi, Welbeck

  • two teams without managers, so it can go both ways.

  • @bojack Nailed it.